With 3,500 miles of coastline, Maine provides easy access for those wishing to explore islands, hidden coves, and sandy beaches.
This north-south swathe of Maine extends from the state capital of Augusta to the border of the Canadian province of Quebec.
Concerts, parades, craft sales, visits from Santa, and a real Talking Christmas Tree – it’s part of a tradition that families love to visit every year.
Featuring must see landmarks, forts, activities, parks, and more all preserved so you can tour them while you’re here.
Portland’s reputation as a culinary destination doesn’t overshadow the options visitors will find for kids and families.
Newlyweds detail their experience planning the perfect Maine lighthouse wedding in Greater Portland, Maine.
Escape the hustle and bustle of city life and venture to the private island community of Little Diamond Island.
Lobster lovers will rejoice at this seafood wedding feast in Greater Portland, Maine told through the eyes of the happy couple.
Unwind with tranquil harbors and ocean breezes at this small, island community with vacation, cabin, and home rentals.
Kids and adults alike will find activities ideal for thrill seekers from paddle boarding to fly fishing to zip lining and everything in between.
Local businesses craft their take on beer, wine & spirits keeping our region stocked with endless opportunities for a “wicked good” drink.
The area beckons outdoor enthusiasts who camp, hike its expansive trails, experience the best canoeing and kayaking Maine has to offer.